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janice: he better be careful. heather: tom brady's son, how about that? janice: my apologies to tom brady's son. heather: gavin mcgraw coming up on "fox & friends." >> i have done in five months what other people haven't done in years. >> we are getting our first look at the secret senate healthcare bill. >> the way this bill cuts healthcare is heartless. >> speech you just heard was about a bill that he hasn't seen. >> it's a very, very narrow path. but i think we are going to get there. >> we are getting word now that some democrats even want nancy pelosi to step down. >> if we're going to win, we have to have new leadership. >> you wants me to sing my praises. i'm a master legislator. i'm a strategic astute leader. >> i hope nancy stays at least a decade. i think she is so helpful to us. >> i would like to keep her right where she is. our record is extraordinary against her.
>> getting rid of nancy pelosi is like treating cancer with a band-aid. she is a symptom of the problem but not the problem. >> this morning our commander-in-chief set to accountability act people who work for the department of veterans affairs. >> i didn't tape. i don't have any tape. and i didn't tape. >> the president kept comey honest. >> one thing still comey was the leaker ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ other chariot. steve: how many times have you heard that song? the guy singing it will be our
feeter performer today on the all-american concert series brought to you by keurig right there on the stage 48th and sixth avenue. if you are in new york city, not only will you hear him, you will actually have breakfast. ainsley: never too early in the morning for barbecue. >> breakfast? steve: this is a bonus i didn't know. ainsley: welcome. happy friday. ed: back from the white house? ainsley: yesterday i got to interview the president and melania, the first lady. we will have that interview coming up. ed: great music. ainsley: we have the concert today. this is a wonderful friday here in new york city. steve: of course yesterday it was about midday when the draft proposal, the talking points with the republicans like to do with healthcare was unveiled. and also, at the same time, when you were at the white house, you asked the president and the first lady a myriad of questions. and asked about nancy pelosi, too. ainsley: that's right. some democrats are calling for her to step down. here is a little bit of our interview with the president.
we will be showing it to you all all
morning long. here is some of it. >> today there are four senators saying they are not supporting the healthcare bill. four republican senators. what is your message to them. you have the white house, of the house, republicans have the house and the senate. buffalo you have these senators not on board. >> they are also four good guys and four friends of mine. i think they will probably get there. we will have to see. you know, healthcare is a very difficult situation. if you looked, the clintons tried to get it and after years and years they couldn't do it. obamacare was murder for them to get. and now it's failed. it's virtually out of business. obamacare is a disaster. and we're trying to do something on a very short period of time. interesting, ainsley, i have been here only five months, people saying where is the healthcare? i have done in five months what other people haven't done in years. people have worked on healthcare for many years. it's a very complicated situation from the standpoint you do something that's good
for one group but bad for another. it's a very, very narrow path. but i think we're going to get there. we have four very good people that he not that they are opposed. they would like to get certain changes. and we will see if we can take care of that. ainsley: we're getting word now that some democrats even want nancy pelosi to step down. a lot of republicans think democrats are in denial, they didn't win the special elections. they don't have the house. they don't have the senate. they don't have the white house. what do democrats need to do? are they in denial and what do they need to do
to get on board. >> first of all, i hope she doesn't step down. it would be a very, very sad day for republicans if she steps down. i would be very, very disappointed if she did. i would like to keep her right where she is because our record is extraordinary against her. but we will see what happens. there has been a lot of talk about her stepping down. we will have to see what happens. the victory in atlanta was very big. they spent $30 million.
we had a candidate who did a very, very good job. i think i helped a lot. and we had a great candidate. but, we are 5-0 as you know in these special elections and i think the democrats thought it would be a lot different than that 5-0 is a big -- that's a big margin. and this last one was very interesting though. because they put everything into it. they had every consultant. they had agencies, advertising agency he is. ainsley: holiday? >> think of it. holiday came out. and in the end, we won quite easily. much by a bigger margin than anybody would have thought. so, they are going to have to do something. i will say this. they are right now obstructionists. all they want to do is try and obstruct. i think they would do much better as a party if they got along with us. they called and said let's work on healthcare and tax
reform. let's work on structure infrast i think american people are tired of obstructionists. i believe that when i say that boy would the people love to see two parties getting together and coming up with the perfect healthcare plan because obamacare has failed now. it's dead. the insurance companies are all flocking and leaving. and it's a real problem. ainsley: wouldn't that be refreshing if you could all come together? >> that's the way it should be. there are moments in our country's history that's what happened. greater things whether it was social security or medicare? it was two parties and got together and came one great solutions to problems. i don't think that's going to happen, but that is what should happen. ainsley: everyone is saying give
him a chance. you know, people are -- it's back firing on the democrats. because they are saying just give him chance. all the nasty rhetoric. all the collusion and
corruption that hasn't been proven, all the leaks. just give him a chance so everyone can work together. ed: healthcare bill comes out. people trashing it. die if it becomes law. what they're not doing is saying this is how we would fix obamacare because obamacare is failing as the president says. that's a point that's note to be disputed. yes, there are good points of obamacare. more people are covered. also bankrupting people. also bankrupting the government. steve: all these democrats are supporting something that doesn't work. so now the president of the united states was elected president last november because of his negotiating skills. so let's see what happens. well, there are those four republicans who say we don't like this thing. i saw peter doocy yesterday up on capitol hill, and he reported that there are between 8 and 10 senate democrats who are willing to sit down and help write and adjust this particular bill. ainsley: that's wonderful. i hope it happens. ed: if their voices are actually heard. elizabeth warren and other
democrats are basically no negotiation here. this is a disaster. we are going to block it. we are going to obstruct it i thought it was very nice of the president that he endorsed nancy pelosi. steve: keep her around forever. ainsley: keep her around. we don't want to force her out. she is good for republicans. tweeted about crying chuck. he shouldn't leave either. steve: keep in mind yesterday she took the stage and defended herself. we are about to play a little bit of her defending why she should keep the job. keep in mind, at exactly the same time as she was doing it, republican democrat by the name of kathleen rice hosted a strategy meet in her office with a dozen democrats trying to figure out how to squeeze her out. ainsley: that takes some guts. steve: no kidding. i think she needs a food tester. that was going on while nancy pelosi was saying this. >> you want me to sing my praises? is that what you are saying? why should i? well, i'm a master legislator. i am a strategic politically
astute leader. i am -- my leadership is recognized by many around the country, and that is why i am able to attract the support that i do. steve: nancy pelosi is great at raising money for her members. she is great at raising money. she is not good at winning. ed: that's why a rank and file democrats are scared of her. they need money to get reelected. say i am going to turn off the spigot. who is going to come up and raise all this money. that's kept her in power. while she was projecting that confidence, her aides were privately not so confident. suggested tweets to send out. steve: to defend her? ed: so much at stake. healthcare of millions on the line. most effective legislator in history. #stand with nancy. ainsley: they did not want you to know that they were sending this out. "new york times" reporter got her hands on one of these emails that staffers sending
out to allies in the house. you can just copy and paste this tweet. just put ton your social media account. #stand with nancy. ed: getting a little despretty. steve: preview of what you will see later on today. meanwhile nancy pelosi not the only trump critic unraveling on television. over on msnbc. there is a political analyst by the name of elise jordan. she was asked by the host these tapes apparently didn't exist between the president of the united states and mr. comey. and then she has the sound bite of the day. listen to this. >> it's a sad day when you cannot depend on the president's word and my advice would be just to republicans who do cozy up to him it's like hugging a suicide bomber he blows you up in the process with him. ainsley: that's a little harsh. i was proud of the host craig said that's a little strong. she doubled down. she said hugging a suicide bomber, what?
ed: steve scalise and others shot on baseball field. others saying we are going to tone down the rhetoric. we are going to reach across the aisle. everyone needs to tone down look at johnny depp and what hollywood is saying. >> trump i think he needs help. [laughter] when was the last time an actor assassinated a president? [cheers] >> i'm going to clarify, i'm not an actor. [laughter] >> i lie for a living. however, it's been a while. and maybe it's time. steve: extraordinary. so there is he talking about abraham, john wilkes booth and donald trump. the secret service says we are not going to talk about what we're doing but we're doing something. ed: elise jordan and the suicide bombings we have seen and obamaings we have seen europe the last week.
ainsley: a week ago steve scalise. he is a mess. is he a wrengeght he is saying that he thinks the president needs help? steve: both those comments go into the comments stupid things people say. ainsley: let us know what you think. hand it over to jillian who has more headlines for us. hey, jillian. jillian: probably a lot in that category. i don't know i want to touch this friday morning. good morning to you guys and to you at home as well. north korea said it's the biggest victim in otto warmbier's death. they didn't torture otto and the united states is waging a smear campaign against them. the 22-year-old died less than one week after being released by the rogue nation. hundreds showed up as he was laid to rest yesterday. otto's younger brother austin remembered him as the most popular kid in the class and someone who was always there for his friend. meantime north korea testing another rocketed that the u.s. believes could be part of its program to develop an intercontinental ballistic
missile. the "new york times" gets a special visitor. the daily mail got these pictures of former fbi director james comey stopping by their office in manhattan. he reportedly spent three hours inside. the visit comes after he admitted to leaking private conversations he had with the president of the "times." the president revealing he doesn't have any tapes of those conversations tweeting, quote: with all of the recently reported electronic surveillance, intercepts, unmasking, and illegal leaking of information, i have no idea whether there are tapes or recordings of my conversations with james comey, but did i not make and do not have any such recordings. so why did he tweet about the taping in the president will answer that question in 20 minutes. so stay tuned for that one, guys. ed: wonder what james comey was doing at the "new york times." apes ages not even trying to hide. get the president's response at 6:30. meantime. steve: president obama just broke his silence on the senate healthcare bill.
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lyrica is believed to calm these nerves. woman: for some, lyrica can significantly relieve fibromyalgia pain and improve function, so i feel better. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or swelling, trouble breathing, rash, hives, blisters, muscle pain with fever, tired feeling, or blurry vision. common side effects are dizziness, sleepiness, weight gain and swelling of hands, legs and feet. don't drink alcohol while taking lyrica. don't drive or use machinery until you know how lyrica affects you. those who have had a drug or alcohol problem may be more likely to misuse lyrica. with less pain, i can be more active. ask your doctor about lyrica. ed: former president obama bleasing the senate bill to repeal and replace obamacare. writing in part the senate bill unveiled today is not a
healthcare bill. it's a massive transfer of wealth from middle class and poor families to the richest people in america. what happened to past presidents staying out of partisan politics when they leave office? here to discuss morgan ortega. good morning. >> good morning, ed. ed: is he is a good judge when he promised the american people you get to keep your doctor, you get to keep your plan. >> that's a really good point, ed. if you look at it from a political perspective in both the 2010 and 2016 elections, his party was disseminated in these elections on obamacare specifically. almost more than anything else. that's what the republicans ran on. so, i agree with you the criticism that we saw yesterday of a bill that is still being formed by the house and the senate was a bit fresh. ed: what about the point that republicans in fairness haven't wanted to admit over the last few years that there have been good parts of obamacare. millions more people being covered, for example? but democrats have not wanted
to admit, either, that it's coast a whole lot more money and have you all these insurance companies pulling out. why isn't the former president, in order to protect his legacy, weighing i n a more positive way saying here is how we fix it? >> well, to your question, is he not weighing n a more positive way because he didn't have a lot of big signature accomplishments over his eight years as president. two of his biggest accomplishments are things that president trump is working to undo right away. one is the healthcare bill and of course the paris climate accord. and, also, we can't forget about the iran bill. these things that president obama we consider to be major legislative achievements of his eight years, which i would argue there aren't many are something within his first six months that president trump is looking to undo. that's got to sting. ed: you heard in ainsley's interview with the president. exclusive interview. more in a moment. he said look, i would throf reach across the aisle and find a way to have a bipartisan.
steve reporting almost a dozen democrats in the senate not in the house but the senate saying let's find ways to fix this. reality check of both sides coming here on a compromise? >> well, unfortunately, i think we are just seeing such a divisive time in washington that prospect is pretty low. hopefully president trump can work to bring people together. ed: we have 30 seconds. what two r. two keep points they need to do to get it done? >> republicans have to be unified on this. we saw at least four republican senators defect. democrats are unified on this. republicans are not. ed: still ahead more of ainsley's exclusive interview with president trump and the first lady. including something he has not said before about jim comey. more americans than ever afraid crowds? yes thanks in part to the most recent guest. next guest says you shouldn't be either.
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but eventually recaptured, thankfully. "u.s.a. today" shedding light that the u.s. pen ten sherry at water three layers of fencing and has for the last six years. blaming staffing shortages. anxiously, steve? steve: thank you, ed. ainsley: steve and i want to introduce to you sergeant sean larkin he is an officer in the gang unit of the tulsa, oklahoma police department. now he is applying his boots on the ground expertise on the show on the a&e show called live ph.d. on friday and saturdays night from 9 to midnight. he joins us now. >> good morning. ainsley: for the folks at home that haven't watched your show. let's tell them your story. where did you grow up? parents in the military? tell us how you joined the gang unit. >> my father is a career military guy. he has in the navy for 32 years. my mother was in for 20. they met when my mom was in boot camp. i grew up traveling across the country. various military bases. ultimately we ended up settle ling down in the bay area. i went through the majority of
my schooling there. through high school. actually ended up moving to oklahoma just to go college. had no intention on staying there. wanted to go back to the west coast. and ended up doing my internship there with tulsa police department. i was hired and 20 plus years later i still am. steve: growing up actually helped you for this job. i understand a number of your friends fell into the drug scene and suddenly hey, what are you cooking? >> correct. i actually grew up in the city of san francisco itself. i graduated from high school in the suburb right outside of it just because of my age, i'm 3 years old. grew up in the late 80's, early 90's through high school. steve: crack, time of crack. >> that's what happened. gang violence. the way it exploded. crack cocaine the violence that came along with that some of my friends actually got involved in that lifestyle. so, you know, i was one of those kids around it but always made the right decision to not get in trouble. and actually just after i graduated high school some of my friends ended up getting themselves in trouble and ultimately went to prison.
i went one way and some of them went another. ainsley: now you in the gang unit and getting these bad guys and women off the streets. is that hard for you? are you arresting your friends. >> no, no, no. as i said i moved away from the bay area. some these guys we deal with so often, you know, repeatedly that they are almost like friends. we're good guys. they are the bad guy sort of speak. you develop these relationships with them. it's not necessarily adversarial in nature. you know, you see some of these kids grow up and turn into young men and you know, so you do kind of develop these kind of friendship relationships with them. steve: because you have been on the streets of tulsa for a while. people think tulsa is a great town. >> it is. ainsley: because of you are getting them off the street. steve: there is a problem and that's what this tv show is about, right? >> this tv show is basically, you know, unfiltered, it is live. it's showing its unbiased policing. you know. it's an extension of what is in most police cars these days
which are dashboard cameras, body came are as and things like that. showing the public what the officers sees a it happen. steve: do you like the idea of body cameras and dashboard cameras? >> i do. anything to do with change, it's difficult at first. you know, especially in policing. we have ways we like to do things. but, it is, i think, more beneficial to us as law enforcement. it shows the full story, not just parts of the story social media likes to spread around. ainsley: three hours of rides. we have done the ride alongs as reporters. there is lag time, down time. how do you keep the audience entertained in down time. >> the show has six different geographically andeth ethnically diverse cities on at one time. small cities, large cities, troopers, deputies, municipalities, with the six cities something might be slow on one spot it can bounce to another city and dialogue that goes on about it as well. steve: today you are sitting in one of th the big cities in
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blue. >> thank you. ainsley: coming up more of our interview with the first lady and president trump. and something he said about james comey and those tapes. steve: speaking of the president, he will make good on another campaign promise on working to fix the v.a. when he does, pete hegseth will be there. pete joins us live from the white house coming up. ♪ all i need is a miracle ♪ all i need is you ♪ all i need is a miracle ♪ all i need is you ♪ all i need is a miracle ♪ all i need is you ♪ [ america by simon and garfunkel ] ♪ let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together ♪
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playing with the daughter. >> how cute is that? >> in the rose garden. that's pretty awesome. steve: slow down, mommy. >> and on instagram jared kushner and young sons joseph and theodore were there as well. >> they were on the carousel. brought in the sara sell for the south lawn. sean spicer delivering beer and wine to his friends. wine in a box. >> he loves the reporters. ed: they all get along. steve: sean spicer beer me right over here. >> that's pretty funny. ed: president obama always used to tell news private he found that picnic really funny. all these republicans beating them up every day. can you get a picture with president trump. democrats blasting him every day and all over there and want selfies. ainsley: they are all human beings and good hearts and
want the best for this country. might have different opinions about what's best. ed: might be phony about it sometimes, too. ainsley: maybe. so. steve: yesterday four blocks from where we are sitting right now a hey, who is that really tall guy going into the "new york times." ed: seen him on tv. steve: wearing sunglasses. holding his coat. going in with his wife and came out with his wife and took the sunglasses off. it's the former fbi director going in to the "new york times" building. ainsley: clearly didn't want to hide it going in the front door not the back door. he was in there for three hours. steve: the "new york times" spokesperson says did he not visit the "new york times" news room however there are other businesses in that building. also, didn't go to the newsroom. ainsley: after he admitted to leaking to his journalist friends, it doesn't look good. ed: there are reporters for the "new york times" we should say who are tweeting last night and this morning that there may be a law firm in that building that had some sort of event for abused children and that james comey and his wife may have been
visiting them as a charitable thing. they were in there for a couple of hours. whether they visited more than one office we simply don't know. steve: could be a coincidence leaked stuff to somebody who leaked to them. ainsley: could be like loretta lynch and clinton thing. talked about grand kids on the plane for a long time. in there for three hours. ed: what kind of sun glasses to wear. picnic. ainsley: we did ask him about the comey tapes and did get to speak to the first lady. here was our interview yesterday at the white house. ainsley: congratulations, white house. how is it. >> enjoying it very much. ainsley: how about barron with school. >> he loves it all settled he loves it here. ainsley: are you missing new york. >> not really. so busy. and doing so many great stuff. it's an interesting place. i love it here. tonight is a great picnic, congressional picnic with all of us getting together.
it's new york city themed and carousel and great stuff outside. ainsley: great news today. you said you didn't tape james comey. do you want to explain that? why did you him to believe you did that. >> i didn't tape him. you never know what's happening when you see that the obama administration and perhaps longer than that was doing all of this unmasking and surveillance. you read all about it and i've been reading about it the last couple of months the seriousness and horrible situation with surveillance all over the place. and you have been hearing the word unmasking, a word you probably never heard before. so you never know what's out there, but i didn't tape and i don't have any tape and i didn't tape. but, when he found out that i, you know, that there may be tapes out there, whether it's governmental tapes or anything else, and who knows, i think his story may have changed. i mean, you will have to take a look at that because then he has to tell what actually took place at the events. and my story didn't change.
my story was always a straight story. my story was always the truth. but you'll have to determine for yourself whether or not his story changed. but, i did not tape. ainsley: smart way to make sure he stayed honest in those hearings. >> well, it wasn't very stupid. i can tell you that he did admit that what i said was right. and if you look further back, before he heard about that, i think maybe he wasn't admitting that so, you'll have to do a little investigative reporting to determine that. but, i don't think it will be that hard. ainsley: robert mueller do you think he should recuse himself? he is friends with james comey. he has hired attorneys that were party of hillary clinton's foundation gave money to president obama and hillary clinton's campaign. should he recuse himself? >> he is very, very good friends with comey, which is very bothersome. but he is also -- we are going to have to see. we have to see in terms --
look, there has been no obstruction. there has been no collusion. there has been leaking by comey. no leaking and no obstruction. virtually everybody agrees to that we have to see. i can say that
the people that have been hired are all hillary clinton supporters. some of them worked for hillary clinton. i mean, the whole thing is ridiculous if you want to know the truth from that standpoint. but, robert mueller is an honorable man, and hopefully he will come up within a honorable solution. ed: the left is going bonkers with some of those comments in the tweet yesterday and some of the comments to you saying donald trump was trying to intimidate james comey by suggesting there may be tapes. look, this is all going to be sorted out by robert mueller, special counsel. what's wrong with saying hey, you better tell et truth is that intimidation james comb i didn't think you should tell the truth about what happened. steve: remember when the russians went into the oval office and then there was some suggestion about what was said and russian media says hey, you want a transcript?
we know exactly what was said in there i don't think they were rolling a tape that anybody saw. who knows what that was about. ainsley: it was saying just tell the truth. because robert mueller -- or james comey had never said anything about the president not being under investigation until the president says there might be tapes. and then all of the sudden the story changes answered said you know what? i told him three times that he was not under investigation. steve: that's all the president wanted james comb i can't understand the others to say. you are telling everybody else i'm not under investigation. i can get stuff done with my administration. just tell someone, would you. now we know because james comey testified to that great interview. jillian: happy friday from across the studio. how are you doing? steve: good. jillian: protest of what he considers anti-lbgt laws. california's attorney general banning treastles to four new states. that state will no longer use
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president obama was never going to sign it because he supports the government unions than the ability to hold people accountable. we stuck at it. year after year our organization concerned veterans for america and other allies on the hill. we kept pushing it. got it passed on the senate. president obama said he would veto it signature campaign promise of his, follow through, hold people accountable and drain the swamp at v.a. this bill going to be signed in the white house today by president trump is a signature accomplishment for those of house think the v.a. finally needs to be held accountable and veterans deserve the best care our country can give. ed: a major accomplishment. walk our viewers through exactly how it will happen. lotteries requirements to fire employee. raises standards for their performance. talk about the firing issue the president sort of made a little joke about it on reality tv. this is real serious business. >> this is real stuff.
people who commit egregious offenses at the v.a. keep their job after exhaustive review processes and pensions or bonuses. and makes us all extremely upset that this is how our government operates. it all happens in the shadows. the swamp operates with special interest and bureaucratic language. this changes the bureaucratic language away from a preponderance of the evidence to substantial evidence and gives deference to the person firing, person being fired needs to prove why they should keep their job. the process is shortened in the review time and whistle blowers are substantially protected through a new office being codified there as well. whistleblowers are protected. people who need to be fired can be fired more quickly. the hope is and senior executives, the higher level officials are held to higher standard which the way it should be. ains pains we have all done stories as journalists on those individuals. people in phoenix, people on the list trying to get in to see their doctors. dying by the time they got their appointments which is six months down the road. that has got to stop.
these are men and women who fought for our country. you know firsthand. you did two tours. we appreciate your service. you will be standing behind the president he's signs this legislation. how does that make you feel? >> it feels great. you want to do the best for veterans. that's why we are here. you also realize it's the beginning. the culture still hasn't changed. veterans still don't have all the choice that they need. what's so heartening is we know we have commander-in-chief in that white house who wants to deliver the very best every single day for veterans. that's party of delivering on that promise. great day for military and our vets left behind for too long. beginning of the process. ed: you make annual important point. we kept hearing. we would love to be able to fire bad employees. unions step in and say no, no, no. let's protect this employee. how will this law actually make sure the unions can't just protect them if they don't deserve it. if an employee deserves union protection because they are being treated unfairly, fine. but if they have done a
horrible job and people are dying in hospitals because they are not helping them, how do you get around unions? pete: let's be clear unions and employees have plenty of protections. they have had layer upon layer decades upon decades in that arena where it's almost impossible to fire people. these people have opposed by the v.a. union. they don't like it. they hate it that's the best sign it's a good one. it really is shortens review times. the review time becomes internal to the v.a. as oppose today controlled by unions which has to happen as well. steve: we will be watching and feature the signing right here on the channel. pete, thank you very much. tune in starting 6:00 a.m. on sunday. pete has an interview with president trump talking about just this very issue. pete: important stuff. ainsley: proud to have him as a fox news contributor. steve: he has been working for years on it mission accomplished. interview you won't see any place else. hero who fought off those terrorists in london with
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steve: president trump is tweeting there morning. he just tweeted i helped pass and sign 38 legislative bills mostly with no democratic support and gotten rid of massive amounts of regulations. nice. but this morning repealing and replacing obamacare already shaping up to be a much tougher battle. joining us right now is louisiana senator bill cassidy is who is a doctor. he has read about two thirds of the bill there are four republican senators who say, we can't vote for this thing. >> yeah.
so their objections kind of variy. one doesn't like the procedure. couple others don't like the reforms big enough. some the reforms are great. i have not yet decided to vote for the bill. i can tell you it puts it on a path good for the patients. good for the state taxpayer and federal stacks tear. that's a lot of things. steve: have you at love good ideas you being a doctor yourself. have some of those been incorporated. >> they have been. we need to lower premiums for the average family. make sure the coverage they have would cover them if somebody has life threatening illness. stepping taken to immediately lower premiums for those american families who are paying 20, 30, and $30,000 a year. that's a good thing. still cover them should their loved one get sick. again that is a good thing. steve: individual eliminates the individual and employee mandates. gets rid of a lot of taxes. ultimately it's got top cheaper and better. is it? >> it is cheaper and it
depends on how you define better. the obama administration, the obamacare had bells and whistles on all of their policies. so if you were. steve: essential health benefits which states now will decide. >> yes and no. essential health benefits are only about a small portion of the cost. that said, there is a lot of things mandated that folks just couldn't afford. so, when you are paying 20, 30, $40,000 for a premium. it doesn't matter what's in the policy. you can't afford the policy e. steve: you know, senator, time is short. if the president is tweeting, there is a possibility he is watching you right now. he wants to know whether or not this is going to pass the senate. >> we have to wait and see how -- i don't have a whip count so there is different senators who have different concerns. that said, do i think this is a good beginning. the concerns i have and others have are addressed, i think it will pass and that will be good for the united states of america. steve: if it goes past the fourth of july it goes past the fourth of july? >> that's okay with me. steve: senator, thanks for
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>> getting rid of nancy pelosi is like treating cancer with a band-aid. okay? she is a symptom of the problem. but she is not the problem. >> this morning our commander-in-chief set to sign the v.a. accountability act. making it easier to fire corrupt employees who work for the department of veterans affairs. >> i didn't tape and i don't have any tape and i didn't tape. >> this was a brilliant and important move by the president. the president kept comey honest. >> james comey was the leaker. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ed: crowd already forming out there. steve: they are.
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ed: healthcare bill. ainsley: i asked him about that. four senators saying we don't love this healthcare bill that's come through the senate. and there are republicans and they are friends of the president. so we asked the president about it yesterday. steve: we were talking about nancy pelosi should she go or should she stay? did you ask him about that. ainsley: i asked him about that, too. ed: he seems to really like her. >> today they are supporting this healthcare bill. four republican senators. what is your message to them? because your supporters that voted for you are a little frustrate straighted because you have the house. the republicans have the house and the senate. you have these senators not on board. >> also four good guys and friends of mine. i think they will probably get there we have to see. you know, healthcare is a very difficult situation. if you looked, the clintons tried to get it and after years and years they couldn't do it. obamacare was murder for them to get. and now it's failed. it's virtually out of business. obamacare a disaster. and we're trying to do something in a very short period of time.
it's interesting, ainsley, i've been here only five months. people saying where is the healthcare? where is the heck? i have done in five months what other people haven't done in years. it's been -- people have worked on healthcare for many years. it's a very complicated situation from the standpoint you do something that's good for one group but bad for another. it's a very, very narrow path. but i think we're going to get there we have four very good people that -- it's not that they are opposed. they would like to get certain changes. and we will see if qui take care of that. ainsley: we are getting word now that some democrats even want nancy pelosi to step down. a left republicans think democrats are in denial. they didn't win the special elections. they don't have the house. they don't have the senate. they don't have the white house. what do democrats need to do? are they in denial and what do they need to do to get on board. >> first of all, i hope she doesn't step down. i think it would be a very, very sad day for republicans if she steps down. i would be very, very disappointed if she did.
i would like to keep her right where she is because our record is extraordinary against her. but we'll see what happens. there has been a let of talk about her stepping down. we have to see what happens. the victory in atlanta was very big. they spent $30 million. we had a candidate who did a very, very good job. i think i helped a lot. and we had a great candidate. but, we are 5-0 as you know. in these special elections. and i think the democrats thought it would be a lot different than that 5-0 is a big -- that's a big margin. and this last one was very interesting though because they put everything into it. they had every consultant. they had agencies, advertising agencies. ainsley: hollywood? >> hollywood came out. in the end we won. quite easily. by a bigger margin than anybody would have thought. so, they are going to have to do something. i will say this.
they are right now obstructionists. ought they want to do is try to obstruct. i think they would do much better as a peter if they goat along with us. if they called us and said let's work on healthcare together. let's work on tax cuts together and tax reform. let's work on infrastructure together. we can do it together. i honestly think they would do better at the polls. i think the american public is tired of obstructionists. and i honestly believe that and when i say that boy, would the people love to see two parties getting together and coming up with the perfect healthcare plan because obamacare has failed now. it's dead. the insurance companies are all flocking and leaving. and it's a real problem. ainsley: wouldn't that be refreshing if you could all come together? >> that's the way it should be. there have been moments in our country's history where that's what happened and those were the greatest things whether it was social security or medicare. it was two parties got together and came up with
great solutions to problems. and i don't think that's going to happen but that is what should happen. steve: you know, is he absolutely right. great interview ainsley. >> thank you. >> you covered a lot of territory. is he right. when people go to the polls to send people to washington. it's not to send them to go and obstruct. it's to go and get something done. and he is on the verk of tryinverge oftrying to fix obamh is falling apart. ed: guess who is joining the obstruction parade one barack obama who on the sidelines now put out this quote. the senate bill unveiled today is not a healthcare bill. simply put, if there is a chance you might get sick, get old, or start a family, this bill will do you harm. and small tweaks over the next couple of weeks under the guise of making these bills easier to stomach cannot change the fundamental meanness at the core of this legislation. what struck me was the line in the middle. this bill will do you harm. mr. presiden president what is l doing to people in the state
like wisconsin, for example. this week aetna said we are out. we are done with the exchange. if you have cancer and you are in wisconsin right now god forbid it's tragic. have you got to deal with it how is obamacare helping if you insurance companies are running? ainsley: he said if you like your doctor can you keep your doctor. premium going up. >> ed: what if you listened to him on that and didn't come true. went dhant do people harm when they lost their doctors? steve: remember when the olden days when the people would leave office and not immediately criticize. ainsley: long gone. i miss those days. steve: if it's not the expresident it's the current house minority leader nancy pelosi. ed: she may be a former. steve: after president trump said 5-0. won the general, won those four special. and the democrats simply don't have a message. it got nancy pelosi who simply cannot win. now a lot of people are saying nancy pelosi has got to go. so yesterday she had a press availability defending herself. ainsley: she is fighting for her job. she thinks she is doing great.
listen. >> you want me to sing my praises? is that what you are saying? why should i? well, i'm a master legislator. i am a strategic, politically astute leader. i am -- my leadership is recognized by many around the country and that is why i am able to attract the support that i do. ed: democrats don't seem to be buying it though her own staff was putting out suggested tweets. tweet tweet #stand with nancy. they are worried. steve: at the same time she was giving press availability there in the house, afarnghtly in the office of -- rather, new york democrat representative kathleen rice, she was hosting a strategy meeting on how to. ed: oust nancy pelosi. viewers are weighing in on facebook. the longer she remains where she is. the more likely republicanlights keep on winning. ainsley: john on facebook says democrats should follow the
george castanza rule, do the opposite of what they think is the right thing. steve: grant suspect and on facebook and he writes they can fabricate everything but election victory. ainsley: realizing we have lost the last four special elections he is. we loss the white house, the senate and the house. they say we need new leaders. the leadership in there now is not working. steve: a couple years ago republicans in washington had these bumper stickers that said fire pelosi. they have recently changed it to say hire pelosi. they would like to keep her and her losing streak alive. ed: very interesting. because have you got this division on the democratic side and in interview president saying the big problem on healthcare now is his fellow republicans bringing them along. both sides are dealing with it. ainsley: is he honing she sticks around. steve: it's about 7:11 here in new york city. we have got some news. jillian? jillian: that's right. we do begin with breaking news right now. moments ago we found out a
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as an immigrant from colombia with nothing, zero. not a dime in her pocket. she worked hard. she learned the language. she taught her kids, she enviewed in them the american dream. embodiment of the american dream when you work hard you can access american security. you can be safe and secure in nice quality home and get your kids good education. it worked out unbelievably well for here. to teach people they can come here and live off other taxpayers. that's american night mayor not the american dream. ainsley: what is your mother-in-law saying about this? you are right. what is happening is people good americans, hard-working americans who get up and pay taxes and then they are subsidizing people who are breaking the rules. what would your mother-in-law who did the right thing, what would she say? >> you know, she defies every far left stereotype about hispanic immigrants into the country, right? she is enormous trump supporter. she is harder on immigration than i am. i'm conservative on the issue.
put yourself in her shoes for a minute. she came here with nothing, not a dime in her pocket. she used to listen had-to-her daughter, my wife's symptom at night because the --stomach at y had no food to eat. you get to live off obama phone and section 8 and taught i don't have to work. the american taxpayer is going to work for me? she is disgusted by that she is as die hard a conservative republican as you are ever going to meet. it defies every stereotype the liberals have for us out there. steve: the freakout continues, doesn't it? >> it sure does. it will continue. because it works for them. steve: there you go. dan bongino, thank you very much. ed: good to see you. steve: ainsley, what's coming up no. ainsley: one of the largest cities oversees he fought them off with bare hands. ed: can't wait for that more with ainsley's interview with president trump and the first lady, including something he has never said before about
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steve: time now for news by the numbers on this friday. first $13 million. that's the price tag of these fiery riots in baltimore. the 2015 protests sparked after the death of freddie gray as you know, 60 business owners are now suing the city for damages. next, two miles. that's the distance from which canadian sniper shot an isis fighter in iraq, setting a world record for the longest kill shot, two miles.
the special forces sniper using a tact 50 sniper rifle to make the 11316-foot shot. and finally, 1.4 million. that's how many illegal immigrants could be working under stolen identities according to the irs. the inspector general says the agency can only identify about half of americans affected by the fraud. now, here is ainsley. ainsley: all right. thank you, steve. well, the united kingdom reeling from three terror attacks from just three months. the most recent one when terrorists rammed a van into pedestrians along the london bridge and other attackers went on a stabbing spree. but in the aftermath, the story of one man's bravery came to light when others were running to safety londoner roy larner had the courage to take on attackers. he was yelling the slogan of his favorite soccer team and fighting the terrorists off with only his bare hands.
so joining us now is the lion of the london bridge himself hero roy larner for first national exclusive interview. roy, thank you for being with us. >> thank you. ainsley: i wanted to ask you, reading your story last night. you are definitely a hero. what made you -- you were drinking at the bar. what made you leave and go out there and help other people that were being attacked? >> -- panic from around the corner where it was. everywhere think about things. start talking about islam and allah and all this. and just -- they just plunged at me one of them. apparently. first one. stopped the other two going into the staff and people saying stopped them from killing more people. so i must have stopped them, i
must have done some good. ainsley: you did a lot good. >> yeah, three of them were stabbing me and slashing me. got out of the hospital the last week or so. i suffered eight stab wounds. ainsley: where did they stab you? >> i mean slashed my arms and stabbed me in me stomach, chest. cut in the head. but, hopefully in the next month or so i can be back to normal. i'm a very lucky person to survive and very grateful that i stopped the other two as well. very nice. ainsley: what made you decide to run towards these attackers when everyone else is running away as most people would do? >> i must be -- already killed
8 people. wasn't going to stop until they got shot. the police were very quick. ainsley: i know you were looking at the terrorists and screaming exexplicative. you said blank you i amy i amyll wall. >> chairman of our club. but my local we call it soccer. we call did football. football club. which why i said that, i don't know why. but i did. ainsley: they have -- they sent us a statement because they are so proud of you. you are a hero. they said mill wall football club wishes to commend will for bravery and circumstances. indeed all other members of
the public whose angst actions helped to save others. we want to thank you. i know that the soccer team, the football team is trying to get you season tickets because they are so proud of you. i do know you have what we call in america a go fund me page. have you something similar thered in the u.k. >> yes. ainsley: people have been awesome. you have 51,000 british pounds equivalent of $65,000 in american dollars. >> yes. i would like to say thank you to the american people that have sent donations and cards and all that from america as well. i would like to say a big thank you to the people. it's appreciated. boxing -- donated $5,000. the president o wbo boxing chairman donated as well. they are all doing something as well for me.
ainsley: roy, thank you very much. >> ainsley: we want to say thank you. you are a hero. and if people want to give, can we roll the teleprompter back i want to give people the list. it's just giving.com if you want to help. his name is roy lanterne larner. thank you. >> thank you. ainsley: fresh off a deadlocked jury bill cosby want to get back to work lecturing teenagers on sexual assault. more on our interview with president trump and the first lady including something you haven't heard about jim comey and those tapes ♪ hold tight ♪ every night ♪ say any way you want it ♪ that's the way you need it ♪ any way you want it ♪ any way you want it ♪
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special congressional elections this week one democratic staff reportedly said quote we have 80-year-old leaders and 0-year-old ranking members. this isn't a party it's a giant assisted living center. even worse the reporter then asked about the upcoming g-7 summit and several people yelled bingo. [laughter] ed: oh, yeah. age joke. steve: when in doubt. coming up, an exclusive. so last night if you are watching the channel about 7:30, the president of the united states and the first lady went to the stage on the south lawn of the white house for the congressional barbecue, welcomed everybody. but what you didn't know was about 10 minutes before that the two of them were talking to you. ainsley: yesterday was just a big day. there was so much to talk to the president about. he hadn't given interviews all day. i was very grateful to have that exclusive interview: first time melania has talked on camera since she has moved to the white house with her son barron. we had the comey tape issue yesterday.
you had four senators who said they weren't on board with the republican healthcare bill. steve: nancy pelosi. ainsley: nancy pelosi. democrats are asking her to step down. big news day yesterday. steve: james comey. ainsley: right. right. this one is about james comey. this is a portion of the interview. and also asking melania what it's like to live in the white house now. listen. ainsley: congratulations. you have moved into the house. how is it? >> we are enjoying it very much. ainsley: how about barron with school? >> he loves it we are all settled. he loves it here. ainsley: are you missing new york. >> not really. i'm so busy and we are doing so many great stuff. so it's really special place. i love it here. ainsley: that's wonderful. >> tonight is a big congressional picnic with all of us getting together. it's new york city themed. and we have carousel and great stuff outside. ainsley: big news today. you said you didn't tape james comey. do you want to explain that? why did you want him to
believe that you possibly did that? >> well, i didn't tape him. you never know what's happening when the obama administration and perhaps longer than that was doing all of this unmasking and surveillance and you read all about it. i have been reading about the seriousness and horrible situation with surveillance all over the place. and you have been hearing the word unmasking a word you probably never heard before. so you never know what's out there. but i didn't tape and i don't have any tape. and i didn't tape. but when he found out that i, you know that mr. there may be tapes out there. whether it's governmental tapes or anything else and who knows. i think his story may have changed. you will have to take a look at that because then he has to tell what actually took place at the events. and my story didn't change. my story was always a straight story. my story was always the truth. you will have to determine for yourself whether or not his story changed. but i did not tape.
ainsley: smart way to make sure he stayed honest in those hearings. >> well, it wasn't very stupid. i can tell you that. he did admit that what i said was right. and if you look further back before he heard about that, i think maybe he wasn't admitting that so you have to do a little investigative reporting to determine that. but, i don't think it will be that hard. ainsley: robert mueller, do you think he should excuse himself? he is good friends with james comey. hired some attorneys party of hillary clinton's foundation and gave money to hillary clinton's campaign. should he recuse himself. >> is he very, very good friends with comey, which is very bothersome. but he is also-we're going to have to see. i mean, we will have to see in terms -- look, there has been no obstruction. there has been no collusion. there has been leaking by comey. no collusion, no obstruction and virtually everybody agrees to that.
so we will have to see. i can say that the people that have been hired are all hillary clinton supporters. some of them worked for hillary clinton. i mean, the whole thing is ridiculous if you want to know the truth from that standpoint. but, robert mueller is an honorable man. and hopefully he will come up with an honorable solution. ed: it was interesting because when you were talking about the president raising the spector of tapes and whether or not it kept james comey honest. cnn was falsely claiming james comey was going to testify that he never told the president he was not under investigation. steve: they had to go back and correct that. ed: they had to correct that because did he tell the president he wasn't under investigation. ainsley: the president was saying. the president even said collusion, corruption, never been proven. there is a leaker. the leaker is james comey. steve: as we heard from james comey during his testimony up on capitol hill, did he tell the president three times you are not under investigation.
so the president, who is trying to get something done is going okay, have you told me three times. can you tell anybody? he says nope, i can't. steve: can anybody please tell folks i'm not under investigation? that's all he wanted. now we know but we have also have the special counsel. ainsley: he knows james comey is not telling the truth to the american people. he had to do what he to do. he said you might have been taped. that's why you need to be honest. that's why james comey said you know what? the president is not under investigation and did i tell him three times. ed: big news story. jillian is all over it. jillian: here is what you need to know before you head out the door. canadian man accused of stabbing a police officer tried to buy a gun in the united states but failed. the fbi saying he illegally entered the u.s. in new york last week before traveling to flint michigan. authorities say he shouted allahu akbar before ambushing an officer from behind, repeatedly stabbing him in the neck with a 12-inch hunting knife.
lieutenant jeff neville is in stable condition and is expected to make a full recovery. tuohy is now behind bars. would you send your teenager to learn about sexual assault from bill cosby. the comedian who still faces counts of sexual assault will be launching a series of town halls for young people this summer. warning them of the dangers of hanging out and partying. cosby's lawyer says he is eager to get back to work following the mistrial in his sexuasexual assault trial u reag list after complaints from some parents it was too conservative. the teach his or her put together the list ran tore lieutenant governor of the state in 2010 on the republican ticket. included on the so-called offensive list authors like mark levin, ann coulter and even president ronald reagan. a look at your headlines on this friday. which story are you wowing, steve? ed: it was me, ed. ainsley: i'm sorry.
ed: can't put president reagan on a reading list? steve: wasn't just one. ainsley: janice dean is outside with gavin degraw. >> are you guys ready? [cheers] janice: are you guys happy it's friday? [cheers] janice: are you guys exside sighted for gavin mcgraw? how about the weather in new york. do you like it. >> yeah. it's hot. it's nice. janice: take a look at the maps real quick. hot along the east coast. very humid. how is my hair? >> it looks great. janice: excellent answer. that's going to remain the situation across the east coast. have the remnants from tropical storm cindy bringing the potential for flooding across the tennessee and ohio valley. are you guys ready to party? [cheers] janice: are you excited about ainsley and steve and ed no. [cheers] steve: good answer. janice: back inside.
i have thigh this is a good crowd today. steve: it is a good crowd. steve: letter, j.d., thank you very much. they are all there because coming up in 20 minutes we start the show outside. you all know the hit song chariot. ainsley: the man who sings it gavin degraw is in our green room. he is getting ready for our summer concert series. hey, gavin. ainsley: drinking coffee. ed: democrats predicting death over the new healthcare law. weren't lawmakers supposed to be turning down the rhetoric. lawrence jones from the blaze is here to weigh in. ♪ mone hundredts thousand times a day, sending oxygen to my muscles. again! so i can lift even the most demanding weight. take care of all your most important parts with centrum.
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ed: good morning again. quick headlines. a biker kicking the side of a car along a freeway in california. the kick causing that driver to lose control and swerve into the median. the car heads right into oncoming traffic slamming into a truck. the driver of that truck suffering multiple injuries. the other driver is okay. and a woman lights up a secret after leading cops on a wild high speed chase in l.a. the suspect wanted for stealing a car, crashing into a poll, she is then seen sticking her head out of a sun roof. cops eventually dragging the woman out. somehow she keeps smoking on the cigarette. the wanted car thief now behind bars. ainsley: what is wrong with people? she doesn't have a care in the world. steve: no kidding. senate republicans just unveiled their plan to repeal and replace obamacare, which, of course, would cue the kicking and screaming from the political left. watch. >> these cuts are blood money. people will die.
senate republicans are paying for tax cuts for the wealthy with american lives. >> senate republican healthcare bill is a wolf and n. sheep's clothing. only this wolf has even sharper teeth than the house bill. >> senate republicans are right to be ashamed of this mean and heartless legislation. >> so sad, mr. president. heartless. mean, and heartless. >> in some ways it's more evil. in some ways it's even dumber than the house proposal. ainsley: lawrence jones is a host for the blaze and he joins us on the curvey couch this morning to talk about this. ainsley: lawrence, how about that rhetoric? cuts -- what did she say blood money? people are going to die, sad, heartless. obamacare is not working. >> all i can tell you is i told you so. this is not going to end. it was all about photo ops
that the democrats would be back to their same rhetoric. we know what they are saying is not true. what happened to all the praying and the unity and saying we are going to come together. ainsley: you mean after the shooting on the baseball field? >> yeah, it was all false. they wanted a photo op. they wanted the american people to think they would be unified but they are not. ed: usually former presidents are on the sideline. let the new guy get a shot. in at least few months maybe. now is he saying this is not going to work. this is going to go backwards. if the republican bill is adopted. what about obamacare itself. insurance companies are pulling out left and right. >> first let's address president obama. is he still the leader of the democratic party. only notable face. he is the only one that has the energy of the democratic party. but he can't run again. second thing, when it comes to obamacare, no doubt it's failing. insurance companies are leaving the market. businesses are going bankrupt over obamacare. we know it's failing. what did this new bill do?
well the 30 hour rule that's gone now. the mandate rule that's gone now. and americans can decide if they want healthcare or if they don't wanted healthcare but a lot of people lost jobs because they were forced to go part time and they didn't have the money. steve: under the republican plan they would get rid of the individual and employer mandate. all right. speaking of that rhetoric. remember, it was about two weeks ago kathy griffin showed that picture. >> beheading the president. steve: she wound up with big problems. you would think the lesson hollywood would learn is don't do something really stupid but apparently they don't have cable in england because johnny depp yesterday said this: >> i think he needs help. when was the last time an actor assassinated a president? [cheers] i want to clarify i'm not an actor. [laughter] i lie for a living.
however, it's been a while. maybe it's time. steve: clearly talking about abraham lincoln, john wilkes booth and donald trump. >> they are calling for the death of the president of the united states. the media is not outraged. they sore concerned about russia. they are calling for the death of republicans and we still don't hear a word from the media. i think we have reached a point in this political rhetoric that it's now inciting violence. it is time for law enforcement officials to prosecute these people. i don't care if you are actor or celebrity. you still have to abide by the law. it seems like they get a pass. ed: thanks for coming. in. ainsley: lawrence jones have a great weekend. steve: democrats predicting death to this. >> it's a sad day when you cannot depend on the president's word. my advice would be to republicans who do cozy up to him it's like hugging a suicide bomber.
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2003 with his hit song chariot. i don't want to be. ainsley: tour across the country the gavin degraw tour. gavin joins us now on the plaza. gavin, what an honor? >> thank you guys so much. thank you, man. thanks for having me. ed: everybody is so ramped up. tell us about the tour. >> doing a raw tour. i wanted to throw all of the typical study grow tricks out the window and do the thing that got us into music. steve: what kind of studio tricks? >> watching people play. no computers. you know, don't get me wrong. i like pop music. i just wanted to do something that didn't sound like the typical radio thing. i want to get back to the ground. do you know what i mean? the thing that made me want to become a musician. ainsley: how did you learn to play the piano like you do. amazing pianist. >> i got bored really is what happened. ainsley: what age did you start? >> i started playing piano around 8 or 9 years old. when it got too dark outside to play basketball or whatever
i went inside and played piano and sang and did the typical small town thing. you get bored and pick up a skill to entertain yourself. steve: kicking off trio tour in cleveland in august along the river, right? >> yes we are. doing august 4th through november in the united states. we're also going to australia next week. we just got back from a six week tour. steve: you're busy. >> yeah we are very busy. busy is good. if you are a musician and not busy, it's time to worry. ed: if you are that busy steve should stop prank calling you. >> i hope he calls me more, man. steve: i will accidently call gavin degraw when i'm trying to call gavin hadden our producer. >> he keeps calling the wrong guy. he calls me but never invites me over. when he realizes it's me it's like nah, forget it. steve: we have barbecue and fired up crowd for you. >> have great crowd i'm looking forward to playing for
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♪ >> i've done it five months what other people haven't done in years. >> we're getting our first look at the so-called secret senate health care bill. >> the way this bill can yous health care is heartless. >> the speech you heard was about a bill that he hasn't seen. >> very, very narrow path. i think we're going to get there. >> we're getting word some democrats even want nancy pelosi to step down. >> if we win we have to have new leadership. >> seem like prays? i am a master legislator. i'm a strategic politically astute leader. >> i hope nancy stays for at least a decade. she is so helpful to us. >> i would like to keep her right where she is because our
record is extraordinary against her. >> our commander-in-chief set to sign the va accountability act, making it easier to fire corrupt employees who work for department of military affairs. >> great day for the vets. we know we have a commander in chief in the white house that wants to deliver the best for our veterans. >> i didn't tape and i don't have a tape. >> this was brilliant and important move by the president. the president kept comey honest. >> we know one thing for certain. james comey was a leaker. ♪ ♪ listen to the radio, it is complication, we had it good.
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you will see him streaming. ed: why would you do that. we have geraldo here. ainsley: have you ever been in love and not over one ever listen to that song? >> i guess, i guess. when i am over people i try to move on. ainsley: you're doing the breakup. >> life is busy. ed: president trump is trying to move on from james comey. ainsley: we got a chants to talk to him yesterday. >> was that fun? >> that was so fun. you don't get a lot of time. he is rushing with that crazy, busy schedule. steve: he is the president. ainsley: he is so easy to talk to. he says whatever is on his mind. >> he did not appear lee league you ared to you? ainsley: no. we asked him yesterday, so much news of the day. one thing that broke, he came out and said i did not tape james comey. we asked him about it yesterday. listen. >> well i didn't tape him. you never know what's happening
when you see that the bam administration, and perhaps longer than that was doing all of this unmasking and surveillance. you read all about it. i've been reading about it for the last couple of months about the seriousness of the, horrible situation with surveillance all over the place. you have been hearing the word unmasking, a word you probably never heard before. so you never know what's out there. but i didn't tape. i don't have any tape and i didn't tape but when he found out that i, that there may be tapes out there, whether it's governmental tapes or anything else, who knows, i think his story may have changed. you will have to take a look at that because then he has to tell what actually took place at the events, and my story didn't change. my story was always a straight story. my story was as you the truth. but you will have to determine whether or not his story changed. but i did not tape. steve: so there are no tapes.
>> well, there are no tapes is different than i did not tape. so all i can say, i repeated the first day we talked about this, if there are tapes you may not destroy them. they become the people's property, the property of the people of the united states. they must be kept sacrosanct. having said -- that's why they are no end of problem about taping. but i want to talk more generally about the president whom i love, we care for. steve: true. >> i think he created his own mess with these tweets of his, talking about obama tapping him in the trump tower. steve: you know is not going to stop tweeting. he feels it's a direct pipeline to the people. >> i don't mind that, steve. i don't mind that he tweets. i like it. i like the spontaneity of it and impetuousness of it. there has to be a measure of substantive truth to keep him is shooting himself in the truth. ainsley: what about james comey if he told the truth?
if he told the truth the president wouldn't have to tweet about that. his reputation is on the line. bigger than what the american people think about him. whether or not he will stay in office. james comey told me i'm not under investigation. he is not saying that out loud publicly. i need my record klein. american public needs to know the truth. maybe you're taped. >> i'm not say i don't understand why he is frustrated and anxious to get his side of the story out there. i'm saying some of the things he said are so ill-conceived and so undisciplined he causes himself no end of problems. talk about obama taping him in the trump tower without proof. yeah, bring on a week's worth of conversations about unmasking and so forth come to a conclusion by waste a week, a week wasted on his agenda. to talk about comey better hope there is no tapes, come on, i don't want to have to talk about that. comey will be part of a junk pile of american history. steve: it was cliffhanger.
now we see what is there there. >> destructive for a week. steve: let's talk about nancy pelosi. president said i'm 5-0. democrats can't get a win. they had four special elections. nancy pelosi knows there are members of her own party out to get her, she said this yesterday, why everybody should love she has the job. >> you want me to sing my praises, that is what you're saying? why should i? i'm a master legislator. i am a strategic, politically-astute leader. i am, my, leadership is recognized by many around the country and that is why i'm able to attract the support that i do. steve: should she go? >> on that, those are a lot better than i do, on that last inn lies the rub. nancy pelosi is proven she is astute rounding up celebrities and collecting money. but as you saw in georgia 6, takes more than celebrities, takes more than money to win
these races. why don't they sit down, in this computer-driven age, why doesn't nancy pelosi, or some other nancy pelosi figure out who did not vote for the democrats? it is this demographic of people. why don't we design a campaign to attract people we lost in the general election? get a message. hone a message. who are you, democrats? i go back to what i've been saying really for three months now. the democratic party in my view has disappeared as a national party. they are a fractured group, almost everybody in it for themselves. they voice their frustration. they wax eloquent. they think that is part of the obsession with trump and what he may or may not have done to quash the flynn investigation. i think he they are a lost party. they need a charismatic central figure. nancy pelosi great to make money. great to bring in barbra streisand. it will not win you elections.
ed: to your point, geraldo, other democrats saying we're not talking about jobs or the middle class. they're not focused. instead the left, johnny depp talked about assassinating president. then this liberal pundit on cnbc. >> sad day when you can not depend on president's words. my advice to republicans cozy up to him, hugging a suicide bomber, blows you up in the process with him. ed: people throw around language. this is ridiculous proportion, comparing the president to suicide bomber? >> first of all for shame. i really do believe that they have to hear from people in authority, just calling them. you know theoretically it's a crime to threaten the president of the united states or the first family. there are obviously, their defense it is jest or hyperbole, forget it, but you have to sting them a little bit, send them a note.
jack, secret service monitored what you said on msnbc this morning. steve: watch it. >> be careful, beware of potential violations of title 18 section 3-c, threatening a president. just a little note. see how long this sloppy language continues. what it does, it adds to the division in the country. i'm of the philosophy, last couple weeks, really try and talk about it, whoever you voted for you only have one president at a time. steve: four years. >> for four years. everybody is complaining about division in the country, great chasm all the rest of it. whoever you voted for close ranks behind the president. on big. steve: michael boom blearing said that. >> michael bloomberg is reasonable person. that is the kind of politics we need. we need to lower the tone. come together as americans. back the president, particularly something going vis-a-vis
north korea or syria or russians. you have to back him. ed: senate republicans come out with health care bill, what does elizabeth warren says, this is blood money. >> that is rich hyperbole on senate side. there is a practical problem with the senate health care bill. if the house bill is considered by the president to be mean, quote, unquote, and the freedom caucus had to be dragged kicking, screaming to support the mean bill, what will happen when they move on to the senate side and try to make it more liberal? is the president going to be able to keep the loyalty of the freedom caucus, those 40 buck a raos? steve: it will be difficult. >> easier to criticize than legislate. ainsley: jillian has headlines for us. buckaroos? haven't heard that in a while. president trump waying in on the senate health care bill, coming
to terms why spue four senators won't sport it. >> very complicated situation, on standpoint you do something for one group. very, very narrow path. i think we're going to get there. jillian: we'll hear more from the president on the health care bill in his exclusive interview with ainsley. that is just a few minutes. stay tuned. we you now know a faulty freezer started london high-rise fire where 79 people died. police blamed the material coating the tower. for spreading flames t was supposed to increase energy efficiency but experts warned about its safety. it is restricted in united states. 600 buildings in the uk are tested for material. 11 have it. everybody involved in the building that went on fire could peace manslaughter charges. north korea says it is the biggest victim in otto warmbier's death.
a lot of people questioning how? north korea said they didn't torture otto that and that the united states is waging a smearing campaign. the 22-year-old died less than a week after being released by the rogue nation. hundreds showed up while he was laid to rest. a rocket that could be part of a program to develop a intercontinental ballistic missile. texas man making a big statement to support the president. kyle courtney bought a billboard slamming abc news over the coverage of presidential election. i grew up with you. we are through. the russians didn't elect donald trump. i did. a lot of people having an opinion on that one, guys. steve: i haven't watched abc since extreme makeover home edition. ainsley: since you got a job at fox 20 years ago. jillian: the bachelor. that is a good show. steve: i have never seen that how bad is the gang problem
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steve: this week president trump sat down with several ceos from the drone industry. why? well let's talk to one of them. he is the cofounder and ceo of measure, a leader in the drone industry, joins us from our nation's capitol where they're based. brandon, good morning to you. >> thank you for having me. steve: what did your industry tell the president about the future of drones in the future of this country? >> i told the president drones are not the next big thing, they are the big thing. we're hiring pilots to service fortune 500 customers. we're asking the president and administration to make regulations more flexible so that we can fly more and hire more. steve: i know the president is concerned that overregulation in the drone industry might cause us to fall behind the rest of the world, right? >> that is true. there are other countries that have more incomessable regulations, that make it easier
to fly beyond visual line of sight or fly over people. heartening to hear the president so early in his administration is looking to fix some of these regulations to make it easy you are for measure to operate. steve: sure. we're all familiar, with drone images. your neighbor might have one, take great pictures in the backyard, see one at the beach. going forward, how will drones make life easier in this country? >> well i think they will make people's jobs a lot safer. drones do the dirty, dull, and dangerous. our drones can do it faster and do it safer. for example, one of the most dangerous jobs in america when a person has to climb a cell to youer to do an inspection. my drones and pie pilots do it half the time, do it cheaper make sure no one gets hurt. steve: one of the most important things, you would like to see going forward, if somebody needs to fly a drone, they need a be a pilot.
you're talking about a lot of job. >> we bring our pilots in. how to fly the aircraft. we train them how to do specific applications. keep their pilot currency up. it's a great job for vets and we're hiring. steve: brandon from america sure. thank you very much. >> thank you. steve: interesting stuff. next up a liberals dream, bernie sanders and lizzing with the warren teaming up to pull the party further to the political left. is that the right move? judge janine is fired up and will give us her thoughts next. let's listen to gavin degraw performing, "chariot." ♪
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it comes at a cost. ♪ >> fight back. we have to be involved in the political process in a way that we have never been before because what is happening now in washington is unprecedented. you have got to act in unprecedented way. think big. steve: think big. strategy apparently of democrats appears to push the party further to the left. ainsley: but is this really the right strategy to use? ed: who would know better than
judge jeanine pirro, host of justice. president told ainsley i want nancy pelosi to stick around. >> he is the outsider that won the presidency. the best thing that can happen, everybody knows this, for her to stay. when she was trying to explain and rationalize she is so respected, so loved with the hand and whole thing, nancy go for it, stay there. steve: judge, if people don't know what you're talking about, we have got that sound bite. here it is. >> you want me to sing my prays, is that what you're saying? why should i? well, i'm a master legislator. i am a strategic, politically-astute leader. i am, my, leadership is recognized by many around the country and that is why i'm able to attract the support that i do. steve: judge, she is good at raising money for members but she is bad at winning elections. >> perfect, perfect.
they raised so much more in the georgia race and it didn't matter. she can keep raising money for them. if she is a master legislator, she ought to talk about the fact that obamacare is a hole right now. ed: on your point, didn't she say you have to pass obamacare to know what is in it. she calls that master legislating. >> right. you know what? they got what they wanted. i think the american people, what i love about the latest race, i wasn't as much happy about this is republican won. i was proud that americans are normal. i was starting to worry that with everyone yelling crazy stuff about the president and blowing you the white house, all that stuff, i said, you know what? i wonder if america was same as it was when i was growing up? this reaffirms my faith in the american electorate. ainsley: everyone wanted to see what the results would be because president trump has been in office more than 150 days. they want to see does the american public still support him. >> they do. they do. ainsley: charles krauthamer
talked about democrats and how bad their message was. listen to this. i don't think we have it. i don't think we have it. ed: said the message was so bad. ainsley: have in front of me. they need to change it. >> they don't have a message. it is a message of hate. the democratic party is a party of hate and destruction. i think it is anti-american, i really do. i'm sorry, when you talk about you know, killing the president and doing this stuff that they have been doing, it is disgusting. steve: judge, to your point, we had mark penn on, genius for hillary clinton time before last. he runs the harris harvard poll. he said, gave as you little preview yesterday about the upcoming poll that will come out monday, as democrats push this russia thing, people in america feel that message is bad for america. >> we've been saying it from the beginning. america could care less about this.
everyone is making a big thing about russia. they want jobs. they want health care. they want to be proud of the country. they don't want to keep hearing about how horrible the president is when there is absolutely no connection. there is no evidence. i was a prosecutor. put your facts where your evidence is before you start claiming that the president is been colluding with russians. ed: now the other thing, when you talk about an agenda judge, that connects with the american people, the president talked a lot in the last campaign cracking down on illegal immigrants and his justice department now is jumping in on this fight for sanctuary cities. >> what the justice department is doing, recognizing that a third of illegal immigrant minors that came from central america in 2014 are in gangs and in prison. texas is now saying, we've got this sb -4 law, we'll mandate that the local authorities assist the federal authorities and respect detainers. department of justice is now
going in supporting that legislation because what they want is the ability to have these detainers lodged for illegal criminal immigrants and not have local law enforcement let them out the side door so they don't have to be arrested or deported. steve: with that statistic, are you saying the flood of unaccompanied minors we saw, turns out a third are gang members? >> not only gang members but ms-13 gang members. ms-13 is the in the business of killing people. it is murder incorporated. ainsley: i saw it on your show. >> they are horrific, absolutely horrific. in 2014 president obama was saying we have to let them in, they're poor, from central america, el salavador, guatemala, these are criminals coming in alone. they are not coming in with their families. they are not babies who needed their diapers changed. they are gang members, yeah i'm with ms-13, i'm latin kings. stop me from coming in?
yeah i murdered someone. we didn't stop them. any crimes committed by the people came in 2014, especially ms-13 gang members, the blood is on the hands of barack obama period. ed: here we are. >> what we knew. we knew this. ainsley: you really opened us up to that. i didn't know how brutal they were until i watched your show. what can we expect this weekend on your show? >> this weekend, there is so much, i can't wait to go to write my open. you know i'm always fired up. steve: we'll be watching. thank you. ainsley: coming up next, more of the, exclusive interview with president trump. including how he will get four republican senators against the new health care bill on board. steve: speaking of the president, he will make good on his campaign promise to clean up the va. our own pete hegseth helped write the new bill that will become law. we'll hear from him in the white house. ed: here is gavin degraw, with,
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we'll have to see. a very complicated situation from the standpoint you do something that's good for one group but bad for another. it is a very, very narrow bath but i think we're going to get there. we have four very good people that -- not that they're opposed, they like to get certain changes and we'll see if we can take care of that. steve: there the president is talking to but the four republicans who yesterday as soon as the republican plan came out, phase one, they said we don't like it like this. of course now it is time to, let's make a deal. ed: right. "the art of the deal." this is where the president talked about on the campaign, as president he could negotiate a better deals for the american people. he will have to show those skills because he is right as well when he told ainsley, so you have these four conservatives like ted cruz saying we don't like this, we want to make changes. you please them, moderates like susan collins say, no, no, i don't like that. this is balancing act. they can't lose more than two votes.
will not have any democrat votes. they have to keep the republicans on board. it's a shifting. ainsley: it is tough because republicans around the country are frustrated, they thought when he won, when the house went republican, senate went republican, this will be a breeze, it will be so easy and we're going to get our way what these republicans are saying. you're seeing how the government really works. the president calls it a swamp, he wants to drain the swamp, you understand why congressman and women they have to vote with their heart, they want to get reelected and want what is best for their constituents. ed: chans for the president and house and for the democrats under well. nancy pelosi under fire. the president weighing in on all that as well. >> i will say this, they are right now obstructionists. all they want to do is try and obstruct. i would think they would do much better as a party if they got along with us. if they called us, let's work on health care together, tax cuts together and tax reform. let's work on infrastructure together. we can do it together.
i honestly would think they would do better at the polls. i think the american public is tired of obstructionists, and i honestly believe that. steve: you know what? i think he is absolutely he right on that. people are sick of it. they want to see something get done. as i reported earlier, i was watching tv during the day yesterday. i saw a young reporter by the name of peter somebody -- ed: good guy. >> he was reporting apparently there are eight and 10 democrat senators who are willing to sit down with republicans to see about fixing this. not necessarily they would vote for them but they would try to fix it. ed: he is a great reporter, but these, the key part he reported, eight or 10 democratic senators who say they want to work with the president. will they? will they? we'll see. ainsley: well, i mean, yeah, we'll have to see about that one. ed: there is a lot of talk working together. we'll see if they follow through. steve: speaking of talk, there was extremely tall man with glasses seen walking into
"the new york times" building. does that look familiar? ed: that is james comey. going into "the new york times" building. steve: three hours later he comes out. big story of "daily mail," james comey reported at "new york times" building. we reported that. "new york times" spokesperson said he did not visit the newsroom. we're learning more from i think maggie haberman -- ed: didn't visit the newsroom. they went to a ceremony for cast is a, also in the "new york times" building. apparently the law firm was holding charity event for abused kids, and james comey and his wife talking and supporting those kids, if that was a good cause -- steve: i gave the columbia professor his notes so they could leak it to "the times." turns out that is not the case. ed: great if he was doing charity work.
does not erase the fact there were all leaks at "new york times." period, end of story. steve: great interview with the president and first lady. you were there for another reason. ainsley: we were. we were there to interview ivanka. we'll play that interview on monday. you have to stay tuned for that. she opens up about her family and kids. we take a walk-through the roses garden and what it is like to live in washington, d.c., and work with her dad. ainsley: i have to get an apartment there. ed: jillian with more headlines. jillian: good morning. let's start with this, to protest what he considers anti-lgbt law, california's attorney general is banning travel to four states. they will not use taxpayer money to fund trips to texas, alabama, south dakota and kentucky. it restrictions to north carolina, kansas, mississippi and tennessee for civil lar reasons. they ban travel to out-of-state
conferences an training. president obama will hit the trail for democratic candidate for virginia governor. no date is expected for the president to stump for northam who is currently the state ace lieutenant governor. family affair at the president ace first congressional picnic. the president and first lady mingling with the crowd, shaking hands. it shows melania giving a baby a kiss. ivanka trump play be with her daughter, swinging her in the rose garden. that is adorable photo. she posted this picture on instagram of jared and her young sons, joseph and theodore. white house press secretary sean spicer delivered beer and wine to his good friend, members of the media, of course. all i have to say, guys where is ours? where is our beer and wine? steve: jillian, let's wait until 9:00. jillian: you get it now, we can drink later. you don't have to open right away. ed: happy hour starts real
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do you guys want more music? [cheering] do you want more fox and friends? [cheering] hot and humid across the east coast. way we like it. also the potential for severe weather unfortunately across the mississippi river valley, ohio valley, ten see valley where we have the remnants of tropical storm cindy. we'll watch that throughout the day. are you guys excited for the first official weekend summertime? [cheering] all right, come join us. good job. >> thank you very much. steve: thank you, jd. no wonder it is so humid outside, we're in a swamp. drain the swamp. ed: it was a campaign promise vowing to get our vets treatment they finally deserve. >> the trump plan will make the va great again. we're going to fire the corrupt and inaccident va executives. [cheering] all of these executives that let our veterans down. you're fired! ainsley: in just hours president
trump will deliver. steve: kevin cork live at the white house with the very latest. kevin? reporter: guys we go to the events around the country, iowa, wisconsin, pennsylvania, most notably in iowa, read banners, that read, promises made, promises kept. this is something you can file under the banner as the president made that promise as you amountly pointed out to take better care of our veterans. alongside va secretary david shulkin by his side they're taking important steps in that direction this is one of the important centerpiece of his administration signing into law the va accountability act. it does number of important things. speeds up disciplinary process. get rid of those that engage in misconduct. offers better whistle-blower protections. streamline hiring especially at top level, improves care with eye on reducing backlogs and wait times. in all meant to keep the men and women of our armed forces safe, to get rid of those who don't meet the standard of care.
>> people who commit egregious things at va keep their jobs and never lose pensions or bonuses. makes us all extremely upset that this is how our government operates. so but it all happens in the shadows. people who need to be fired, can be fired more quickly. the hope is, senior tech serves, higher level officials are held to even higher standard which is the way it should be. reporter: our good friend pete hegseth earlier on "fox & friends. we'll have live coverage on fox news channel, just after 11:30 this morning. ed: thanks, kevin. ainsley: did you say thanks gavin, kevin? ed: kevin. devin is going to sing. ainsley: that's right. moment we've all been waiting for. gavin degraw will perform his latest single called, "something worth saving" live. steve: bill hemmer is here. >> i'm confused. straighten it out, will you? there was ton of reaction on the health care push. sean spicer is telling us about
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